2 edition of Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty"s Court of King"s Bench found in the catalog.
Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty"s Court of King"s Bench
Havelock owner of the ship "Themis"
by Printed by W. and C. Spilsbury ..., and sold by J. Butterworth ..., and J. Hatchard ...; also by Mottley, Portsmouth; Graham and Reed, Sunderland; Charnley, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Appleby, North Shields; Browne, Hull; and Bush, Yarmouth in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Nathaniel Atcheson ... --|
|Contributions||Rockwood, defendant, Atcheson, Nathaniel, 1771-1825, Great Britain. Court of King"s Bench.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 166 p.|
|Number of Pages||166|
Ebook and Manual Reference. The life and correspondence of henry salt esq f r s c his britannic majestys late consul general in egypt vol 1 of 2 Reports of cases in equity argued and determined in the supreme court of north carolina from june term to june term both inclusive vol 1. The part of Captain Wilkess report material to the present discussion is as follows The question arises in my mind whether I had the right to capture the persons of these Commissioners, and whether they are amenable to capture. and that upon the filing of the libel, and the hearing of the case, the judge of the prize court had declared his.
This in spite of the fact that his own money came from railways. The resulting court case, due to open in a weeks time, had been anticipated as one of the great events of the legal season. Sir Percy was expected to win, if only because his purse was longer than Clawsons and hed take it all the way to the House of Lords if necessary.5/5(2). Full text of "The Star chamber: notices of the court and its proceedings ; with a few additional notes of the High commission" See other formats.
Sadly, Beering was omitted in the fine Jamaica Plain history book, “Local Attachments,” by Alexander von Hoffman, an oversight I hope is corrected in a future edition. Doctor Beering died in at age In , the lone Jamaica Plain farrier, or horseshoer, Jimmy Lovett, operated his . Before taking his seat on the bench at Monaghan District Court, on Tuesday, District Justice Lavery said; and although his was not a case in which the public could be said to have found any grounds for hoping against hope, the report of his death seemed in the end to carry with it the bitterness of a loss to which they bad not yet been.
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Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty's Court of King's Bench, on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy's consul in a neutral port, and the right of the owner of the ship to call upon the underwriters to reimburse him the money paid for the purchase of the ship at a sale by auction under such sentence: with an appendix containing the French laws now.
Report of a case recently argued and determined in His Majesty's court of King's Bench, on the validity of a sentence of condemnation by an enemy's consul in a neutral port With an appendix, containing the French laws now in force relative to maritime prizes, &c.
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In Hutchinson’s words: “When the court had determined to put off the trials to the first Week in June, a committee, viz., S. Adams, W. Cooper, Dr. Warren, and divers others, came from Mr. Jones’s where they had dined that day and a vast concourse of people after them, into the superiour court, and harangued the judges, until they altered.
Five of their number had applied for a writ of Habeas Corpus, and the King's claim to imprison without showing cause, — and thus by stating no issue which could go before a jury, to prevent the imprisoned person from obtaining a trial — was argued before the Court of King's Bench in what is known as The Five Knights' Case (No.
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